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Guess where I'm drinking?

What do you get when you cross a framed Farrah Fawcett photo with Jesus candles and bottles of Jack, Knob Creek and Colorado's own Stranahan's? If you're anything like those of us sitting at the bar where the above pic was snapped, there's only one answer to that question: Drunk. There was also talk of paying respects to recently departed pelvis thruster (and all-around awesome guy) Patrick Swayze, whose 8x10, we decided, should stand directly above Farrah's. That'll happen soon enough, but in the meantime, can you guess where I'm drinking?


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